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jamesrbrown322

Franklin, TN (via Portsmouth, OH)

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Attending the 1995 Ohio State-Notre Dame game. Close Second: Attending 2002 Ohio State-Michigan.

    Played plenty of sports in High School, with very few truly great moments, unless getting into an all-out brawl with a private Catholic school during our soccer game counts.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George and Mike Doss
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: David Lighty
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals and Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Bruins and Predators
  • NBA TEAM: Celtics
  • MLB TEAM: Reds and Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Arsenal, MLS - Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 10 hours ago

Yes, I misunderstood. Seemed like you were addressing how poor their perimeter D was overall, with which I disagreed. I have found that most often, they lose games due to how poor they have been in the frontcourt outside of Oden and Sully.

Comment 10 hours ago

This year, yes, the last 5-6 years you're WAY OFF!

They had guys like Scott (still on team), Craft, and Lighty who are elite perimeter defenders, and even guys like Diebler, Turner, Lenzelle, and Buford were mostly pretty solid on the defensive end when they held down the perimeter. I think that you've forgotten about all of these guys, are just refused to acknowledge how good the Bucks have been over the last decade.

Comment 10 hours ago

They need to give up on the zone. This team does not have the discipline and ability to be effective. Rather, they should use their athleticism on the perimeter, go man to man and bench Amir in favor of a smaller, more agile lineup. They'll get better as the year wears on, but this was their last chance to see how that matchup versus a good opponent until January 29. We also saw what happens when Russell is off (way off).

Comment 10 hours ago

Loving has been the only offensive bright spot. You need to check his numbers. D'Angelo has really showed his inexperience and doomed this team today. Let's be honest here - due to the complete lack of any skill at the 4/5 positions, the Bucks will be forced to live and die by the 3. Today, they're dying by it.

Comment 10 hours ago

Still pretty early for a pretty young team. Time will tell. I think that they just have a lot of growing up to do, and quite frankly, they need to get out of the zone. These kids just aren't very good at it, and they have the athleticism on the perimeter to go to more man to man D.

Comment 14 hours ago

Good...very slim chance he's there, but I wish he'd end up in Cincy. I doubt it, b/c they just gave Dalton all of that cash. So, hoping that ends up in Nashville somehow. I really like the kid, and would like to see some team that I like snag him. I think he's the best overall QB in the draft.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

So when is Braxton's Houston press conference?

But seriously, my dad threw out the opinion that Herman will be at Houston until he's named as Meyer's replacement in about 3-4 years. I'm not so sure about that one. I think he'll get one more stepping stone job before making it big. Who knows? I hope he can follow a similar path to Sumlin.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

Hundley's still just a Junior I believe, so he could be in the mix for 2016. If he stays, which I doubt, he's probably first off the board. I'm a little surprised Kiper isn't higher on Hackenberg as a possibility in 2016.

And if Hundley is in the 2015 (most likely will be) Draft, I still wouldn't mind seeing him in Cincy. As a fellow ginger, I really want Dalton to succeed. At this point though, he makes too many killer mistakes. He has plenty of talent around him on offense, and still puts up pretty pedestrian numbers with backbreaking turnovers.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

Wow, just wow.

Barrett would actually be draft eligible in 2016 too. Has Brett Hundley fallen that far out of favor? I still think he's the one draft-eligible guy that I wouldn't mind seeing under center to replace Dalton in Cincinnati.

Comment 19 Dec 2014

I love everything about the Mount Union football program. Really a fantastic story. My favorite part is that they don't cut anyone. If you're willing to stick it out and come to practice and participate all season, you're on the team.